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Delaware to Bring Water Fun Back to Trap Pond With $2.5M Splash Pad

Trap Pond in Laurel, Del., has served many purposes in its centuries of existence, but for the past 22 years, it has been missing a key element: recreational-quality water. The pond closed to swimmers 22 years ago due to often high bacteria levels....


Delaware Governor Signs Record $1.4B Infrastructure Bond Bill into Law

Delaware Gov. John Carney signed a state-record $1.4 billion capital budget for fiscal 2023 on June 28 that will fund various construction, planning and repair projects for Delaware's infrastructure, buildings and grounds in all three of its counties....


New Cambria Hotel the Latest Development at Delaware's Rehoboth Beach

Choice Hotels made an early debut in Delaware on June 2 as the lodging chain broke ground on the Cambria Hotel off Delaware Highway 24, in Rehoboth. The four-story, 114-room Cambria Hotel Rehoboth Beach is expected to be open in 2024 at the intersection of Del....


Eagle Power Promotes Chris Boxler to Branch Manager, Matt Burroughs Takes Over PSSR Role

Eagle Power & Equipment has announced changes to its western service operations as Chris Boxler is promoted from the region's parts and service sales representative (PSSR) to branch manager of the company's New Castle, Del., store....


Trio of Major Road Improvements Likely to Affect Delaware Beachgoers

Nothing is quite like the anticipation beach lovers experience when driving to the shore: the thought of seagulls swooping into view, the vibrant crab shacks, and surf shops and, of course, the familiar signs welcoming visitors as they near Delaware's resort towns....


Delaware State University Requests $26.2M From State for New Construction

With plans to substantially grow its enrollment in the next eight years, Delaware State University (DSU) is asking the state for money to upgrade its football stadium and transform the former Dover Library into a research lab....


Delaware Wants to Convert Part of I-95 Through Wilmington into Greenspace

Residents of Wilmington, Del., carried a healthy dose of skepticism into the first public input workshop Nov. 17 on what capping a segment of Interstate 95 would look like. The idea of taking a six-block stretch of the high-speed, multilane freeway that slices through Delaware's largest city and turning it into greenspace was met with a warm reception during the first community meeting hosted by the Wilmington Area Planning Council (WILMAPCO)....


Rehab Commences on Bridges Carrying DE Highway 1 Over Broadkill River

On Oct. 4, the Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT) began piloting an $18 million rehabilitation of the weathered DE Highway 1 bridges over the Broadkill River east of Milton in Sussex County....


Delaware Approves FAST Track Funding for Road Improvements

Some long-planned road improvements in Sussex County, Delaware, could be headed for the express lane through a new funding initiative that aims to speed up construction of critically needed transportation projects in southern Delaware....


Delaware School District Moves Forward on New Facilities

One of the Appoquinimink School District's historic buildings could finally see the updates the Delaware district has sought for years after the state approved its certificate of necessity (CN). Meanwhile, the southern New Castle County district's eventual new schools and campus, made possible by a 2019 capital referendum, have officially been named ahead of their construction....






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